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Garnethill, where radical seeds are sown
23rd November at 4:00 pm - 5:30 pmFree
It’s 1990 and a passion-fuelled project, with Glasgow School of Art (GSA) students in the driving seat is seeded in Garnethill.
Garnethill, where radical seeds are sown: 30 years of Glasgow Women’s Library, Tuesday 23rd November, 4pm to 5.30pm, Free, Online
Known as Women in Profile, the group was fired by a combination of creativity and anger and a railing against the inequalities of art school and the broader landscape of art and design. A group of feminist filmmakers recorded the moment Bildwechsel Video Diary: visit to Women In Profile, Glasgow, September 1990 [German with English subtitles, excerpt of 8mins 8s]. We’ll be sharing the recording outside of Glasgow Women’s Library (GWL) for the first time.
Women in Profile would eventually form GWL, which opened its doors for the first time in 1991. As GWL celebrates its 30th anniversary we look back to move forward, taking this event as an opportunity to invite creatives working today to explore key questions including – how can radical arts projects endure? What do people want from a women’s library in the future? And what can institutions learn from the radical activities that have emerged from them?
The short screening will be followed by a panel discussion and an invitation to audience members to join the conversation.
This online event has been developed in collaboration between GWL, GSASA and GSA.
This is one of our take part events this Autumn.
4.05pm: Introduction to the film by Adele Patrick
4.15pm: Excerpt from Bildwechsel Video Diary: visit to Women In Profile, Glasgow, September 1990 [German with English subtitles, 8mins 8s]
4.25pm: Panel Discussion
4.55pm: Q&A and discussion with audience
5.15pm: Thanks and close
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The event is free and open to all. To attend, please book below and we will share an email invitation with you. If you would like to make a donation to Glasgow Women’s Library, you can do so here. Please note that booking will close on Monday 22nd November and you will receive your email invitation a few days before the event takes place.
This session takes place via an online video call link. If you would like to attend, please book below and we will share an email invitation along with simple and straight forward instructions on how this will work. If you have any concerns about how this will work for you, please do get in touch and we’ll do all we can to support you in joining the session.
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